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, the same programs that help them in prison, like, i'm trying to get something in maryland, like once they get out, that program they was in in prison, it can be the same program that they can fall back into when they come to society. when they come out to society. you know? and it starts there, too. you know, like don't just stop because -- don't stop because you're in prison and then come home. you know, keep going. just keep going. >> that's what they do in many cities. the second-chance act was the legislation that was passed that bush signed into law and it provided hundreds of millions of dollars for agencies around the country. and those are agencies that help ex-offenders and there are agencies that deter folks from becoming criminals. and one of the things that we do in our community center in detroit is to prevent and to rehabilitate. >> larry: do you think society believes in second chances? >> for the most part, many do. >> larry: may not verbalize it. >> yeah, may not verbalize it. >> larry: snoop, thanks. dog will remain with us. and we'll be back with sharon tate's sist
in maryland, like once they get out, that program they was in in prison, it can be the same program that they can fall back into when they come to society. when they come out to society. you know? and it starts there, too. you know, like don't just stop because -- don't stop because you're in prison and then come home. you know, keep going. just keep going. >> that's what they do in many cities. the second-chance act was the t0 of crime. how do you approach this whole system of rehabilitation? >> well, actually, larry, it's a surprise to most people, but i do believe in rehabilitation. there are so much yo -- sociopaths and psychopaths that need to stay behind bars forever, but there are a lot of people that don't fall into that category and we definitely needpsychopaths that need to stay behind bars forever, but there are a lot of people that don't fall into that category and we definitely need to have in place people in place to rehabilitate. >> larry: one of the people who killed your sister i interviewed her and she claimed to be rehabilitated. would you want her released? >> th
: silver spring, maryland, hello. >> hi, larry. thanks for taking my call. my question is, i honestly cannot understand how it is that barack obama has been in office for what now a year, a year and a half and he's getting blamed for all of the things that basically transpired throughout the bush administration. >> thank you. >> eight years. >> you have the smartest callers. >> i think he's blamed primarily for spending a great deal of money without much effect. and i think otherwise he's not getting blamed for much but the stimulus package of roughly $1 trillion. it doesn't seem to have had much effect, and i think that's upset people. it's quite a lot of money he threw -- >> larry: he got a health bill through. >> but it doesn't really take effect for about four years for most americans so we won't know how that works. but the spending is upsetting. >> ben, you can't -- we were losing 700,000 jobs a month when he took office. the stimulus -- you can argue about how many jobs, but somewhere around two or three million jobs it's created. you can't say -- >> the white house report just
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